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    Civil War Hair Net Plaid Ribbon by southroncreations on Etsy

    19th century headbands, or “falls”. Made from an astounding variety of materials, usually to match a stylish ball gown. Earlier ones were smaller, and more subdued. As time passed and the fashion grew, these headdresses became ever more elaborate. Many of them were manufactured in Paris, the capitol of French fashion. Flowers were the most popular materials, both silk and sometimes real, paired with beads, feathers, and springy wires that wobbled whimsically when the ladies walked.

    Civil war dress ❤❤❤

    beautiful civil war gown!.

    I've ordered costumes from this site - quite authentic...civil war day dress

    net evening or dinner cap; ebay seller mrandmrsciv, 16.5" x 5" wide

    Civil War hairstyle

    I love this website - gorgeous "old fashioned" clothes - civil war era, Victorian, hats, gloves, etc

    1860s beaded ribbon hairnet, trimmed with purple feathers

    nouveau Patron Historique Simplicity 1818 - U5 ou R5 - Taille France 44 à 52- Guerre de Secession1860 - 2 robes, chemisiers et manches amobibles -Traduction

    Very decorative hair net of Civil War era.....The Barrington House Educational Center, L.L.C.

    Cheshire Cat - Civil War Reenactment Costume - Long SKIRT Navy Blue Color - Pioneer, Colonial, Victorian, Renaissance Faire Event - Handmade

    Civil War 1860's silk Brocade dress

    ➳➳➳☮ American Hippie Bohemian Boho Feathers Gypsy Spirit Style ~

    Here's a gorgeous Civil War era ball gown from featuring dozens of black velvet bows at the hemline.

    Silk windowpane dress, circa 1860s

    1850s ca, American, embroidered linen net, silk net and silk plain weave taffeta, and ribbons patterned with warp floats.

    Civil War Era Lady's Lace Head Dress

    1800s Victorian Dress - 1860s Civil War Day Gown - Walking Traveling Suit - Carriage Bodice - Skirt - Golden Toffee Moire'. Totally in love with everything in this woman's shop

    Civil War Ladies bonnet

    An 1857 headdress of white net, diced by black velvet ribbons, and bordered by blonde and blue ribbon of two different widths.